The Wintjiri Wiṟu Experience is a twice nightly drone and laser light show that will illuminate the desert sky using over 1,000 drones.
Created in consultation with the traditional land owners, the show tells the Mala story, one of great importance to the ancestral history of the Aṉangu people.
Visitors can also book the signature Sunset Dinner to enjoy welcome cocktails and canapes on the sunset amphitheatre platform overlooking Uluru followed by the show and a four-course indigenous-inspired menu or the After Dark performance later in the evening.
Wintjiri Wiṟu means ‘beautiful view out to the horizon’, and has been launched by Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia.
“The addition of world first The Wintjiri Wiṟu Experience and Bruce Munro’s second light installation in the region this year further cements the Territory’s position as a world-class cultural destination with a unique and inspiring arts trail,” said Scott Lovett, CEO Tourism Northern Territory.
“The Northern Territory Government is further investing into the arts with the development of a $80m National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs. Our tourism offering continues to expand and improve with new and renovated products in accommodation to tours and dining. I’m proud to see sustainability at the forefront with continued preservation of land, wildlife and culture.”